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May Gurney (Technical Services) recently carried out a site investigation of a 50m long stretch of railway embankment for a remediation contract in Suffolk. Tidal action of the River Deben near Woodbridge has caused considerable erosion of saturated peat below the embankment on the Ipswich to Lowestoft line and threatened its stability. May Gurney's site investigation division, working with its parent company May Gurney (Construction) - the East Anglia Zone North Extended Arm contractor ...

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